Recent News

  • Monday, December 3rd

  • Louisville Mississippi Police Department Chooses ADSi Public Safety Software
  • When it came time to advance technology within the department, the Louisville Police Department chose ADSi Public Safety Software as a partner for the long-term.

    ADSi is pleased to announce that Louisville Police Department (LPD) in Mississippi becomes part of the ADSi family of customers. In 2016 LPD began searching for a replacement for a comprehensive criminal Records
    Management System (RMS) to replace their aging system. The biggest goals they needed to accomplish were to be NIBRS complaint, reduce paper work, including paper traffic citations for court. In court we were doing almost everything manually and needed to reduce paper work for them in court improving fine collection.

    The city of Louisville population of 7000 residents, the Police Department has 30 sworn, and is the county seat of Winston, County Mississippi near the Mississippi State University in Starkville. Louisville has a patrol approximately 15 square miles and experiences heavy traffic flow they needed a robust Police records management system. Chief of Police L.M. Claiborne, a retired State Trooper knew his agency needed new abilities to enhance information management and enhance criminal investigations. Chief Claiborne also needed something that was affordable and a vendor willing to assist in enhancing their internal process with a RMS suite to suit their needs.


    In 2017 Chief Claiborne chose ADSI with suite of modules for RMS, along with E-Citation, Mobile RMS, and City Court records.

    Since 1981 ADSi has been developing software based on our Law Enforcement customer’s specific daily mission. Starting with CADForce 4g and offering an entire suite of software for Police, Fire, Sheriffs, etc. ADSi
    offers mobile applications, mapping solutions, for the law enforcement mobile work force. With over 100 clients nationwide we hope we can help your agency streamline and cut waste.

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  • Tuesday, November 20th

  • ADSi Aids in Modernizing Law Enforcement Records Management
  • Today, it was brought to my attention that an individual had filed a report under another name, which of course, created a new Master Name Index (MNI) entry. The Captain requested that I merge the MNI records under the correct name. When I went to the MNI Merge & pulled the master MNI record, I was shown 2 MNI records that were possible matches without my even asking.  That feature is unbelievably helpful.  Not sure who came up with the idea, but it’s awesome that y’all wrote the feature in.

    Now that we’re fully using the records modules, there have been several comments about how useful the data has become.  So far, everyone ... is quite pleased with the features and the interface.  As an administrator, it’s the small things like the MNI Merge listing possible matches that I really appreciate.

    Thanks for sticking with us through this project and supporting us as we move into the 21st century!

    Jonathan Yerdon
    IT Director
    Limestone County Commission
    Athens, AL

  • Monday, July 18th

  • ADSi Employee, Tommy Alderman, Shares his thoughts on Baton Rouge Shooting of Six LEO's
  • Tommy Alderman, who has been with ADSi since 2005, was a police officer in the City of Baker, Louisiana for 15 years.  Current Sheriff of East Baton Rouge Parish, Sid Gautreaux, was the Chief of Police in Baker during Tommy's career there.  Tommy posted on his thoughts on his Facebook profile yesterday concerning the Baton Rouge shooting of six law enforcement officers.

    Below is the text of his post:

    "Know this: East Baton-Rouge Sheriff Sid Gautreaux is a good man. He has dedicated his life to public service, and he has served with honor from day 1. He is like a brother to me, and I love him dearly.

    Baton Rouge Chief of Police Carl Dabadie is also a friend of mine. He, likewise, has had a life of honorable public service. When Carl was still riding a police motorcycle, he and former Chief Jeff Leduff would come to Baker on their own time and spend hours training those of us at the Baker PD who wanted the best training available.

    Watching these two men, whom I know so well, during their conference today broke my heart. They have the weight of mountains on their shoulders, and it showed on their faces and in their voices.

    They know the cold hard truth that there is no quick fix for the mess in which we find ourselves. They know that they are faced with a future where, short of a move of God, such tragedies as happened today are likely to become more common. They know that they, and the men and women they represent, are called to respond.

    They are made of stiffer stuff than most because when the 911 call comes, they will go. They will go with the knowledge that an ambush may await them, but they will go. They will go with the fear that many in the community no longer trust them and have become less likely to render aid, but they will go. They will go because it's who they are. They are called to go, and go they will.

    May God go with them.

    I'm honored to call such men 'friend.'"


  • Monday, August 17th

  • ADSi Public Safety Software Partners with Byram PD for Major Technology Upgrade
  • The Byram, Mississippi Police Department chooses ADSi Public Safety Software for upgrades to CAD, RMS, and Court Management Software.



    ADSi is thrilled with the good news that the Byram Police Department has committed to ADSi. Chief Luke Thompson and his staff started looking for solutions by first finding out what other agencies in the area are using when they happened on Chief Mike Warren from Clinton Police. He let them know that there was one in-state vendor who has been developing software since 1981 and that they were under the same ownership, same management, since their inception, and that they were not interested in growth by buy-out or selling out to an investment firm.

    “We researched ADSi and found that ADSi took customers on based on their direction and forward-thinking, progressive policing policy,” Chief Thompson said.

    Chief Thompson continued, “Over the years we found that the software that we are using was not integrated to the level we wanted. We needed a single unified platform where we could share information with other communities. It is imperative that we offer as much safety to our responders as possible and with Hinds County and Clinton Police both already using the software it made sense. ADSi offered us a monthly subscription so there was no lump sum offering.”

    The ADSi software will encompass Police CAD, complete RMS and court management software. It will handle reminder letters/alerts to the officers when they are scheduled to appear in court and tracking moneys’ collected during the day.

    ADSi has been developing needs-based software based on customers’ specific daily demands since 1981. Starting with CADForce4G and offering an entire suite of software for Police, Fire, Sheriffs, etc. ADSi offers mobile applications and mapping solutions for the law enforcement mobile work force.

    Byram Police ( is headed up by Chief Luke Thompson, who has been at the helm since 2010. Prior to this appointment Luke was with the City of Gulfport, Mississippi for six years and the Hinds County Sheriff’s Office for four years. He is assisted by Commander Ford Hayman and Commander David Errington.

    Contact Mike Perkins at ADSi, (662) 393-2046 or, for more information.

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  • Thursday, June 4th

  • Change to After Hours Support
  • ADSi is changing its After Hours Support Answering Service. The 800 number we have been using is property of the old answering service so we had to get a new number. The new number is:


    (844) 455-6481

    Nothing else about our After Hours Support will change. This new number is the one to use starting now. The old number will no longer work after July 31, 2015.


    Our full After Hours Support guidelines are available for download below this article.


    Please see our After Hours Support Page for more details.


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